Amid infidelity claims, the actor says they'll try to "forge bonds" and "find compromise"

By Samantha McIntyre
October 10, 2010 10:20 AM
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Facing reports of marital trouble, Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher jetted off to Israel for what the actor describes as a spiritual journey.

“Sharing Love & Light while in Israel,” Kutcher Tweeted on Saturday night, hours after the pair left from Los Angeles International Airport. “Asking 4 the energy 2 forge bonds with our similarities & find compromise in our differences.”

But is Kutcher referring to something other than marital relations? A source close to the couple says the actor is speaking at a conference in Israel. “They are not in Israel to renew vows,” the source says.

Kutcher, 32, took to his Twitter page last month to challenge reports that he cheated, calling a tabloid cover story “fiction.” Moore, 47, replied to her husband’s statement with, “Excellent point my love!”

Since then, they have put up a united front, making an appearance at the Clinton Global Initiative, spending time in Michigan on the set of Moore’s upcoming film and stepping out last week for a movie date in Los Angeles.